Exclusively available to Visa Cardholders only.
Visa Cardholders have the chance to sample a very special Lunch Set menu priced at B749++ at the Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort's Italian Restuarant Brio. The menu features a host of Italian classics: Long grain fed Black Angus beef carpaccio, smoked eggplant caviar and dry chips of 24 month aged parmigiano reggiano, Grilled fillet of sea bass on a tomato butter and herbsauce served with lemon and green olive crushed potatoes and rocket leaves and a classic Italian tiramisu.
This offer is exclusive to Visa Cardholders and cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount programs or promotions and is not applicable during special events. Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% Government tax. The welcome cocktails are limited to 2 glasses per card per table per meal.
Exclusively available to Visa International Cardholders only.
Recieve a 20% discount on food.
The high-end Japanese restaurant Tenyuu (66 Sathorn Rd., 02-632-1777) recently added some new seasonal dishes to its menu, like the tender and flavorful baked rice with vegetables and madai and kinmedai fish (B1,900) and steamed Chinese turnip with dried fish (B400). Reservations are required for these options; otherwise opt for the sashimi kaiseiki (B2,900), a multi-course dinner which comes with seven kinds of fish, or the omakase (where the chef is given carte blanche, starting from B4,500).
Wine lovers, here's your chance to enjoy selections from the prestigious vineyards of Beni di Bastasiolo in Northern Italy. On April 2, Signor Sassi (37/F, Anantara Bangkok Sathorn, Narathiwat Ratchanakarin Rd., 02-210-9011) will be serving Italian cuisine paired with fine wines prepared by Italian Chef Filipo Pagani of Signor Sassi.
The 10th anniversary celebrations at Hua Hin Hills Vineyard continue to gather pace with the announcement that Michelin-star Chef David Thompson, the master of Thai cuisine of Nahm fame, will pay a visit to The Sala (Hua Hin Hills Vineyard, 204 Moo9, Baan Khork Chang Patana, Hua Hin, 081-701-8874-5, 081-701-0222). The wine dinner on Mar 29 costs B1,800; otherwise, get in on his cooking class on Mar 30 at B1,200.
The Water Library (2/F, Chamchuri Square, Rama 4 Rd., 02-160-5188) will this month host three-Michelin-star chef Juan Amador, famed for his extraordinary techniques and Hispanic-inspired cuisine. From Mar 29-31, try the four-course lunch (B2,900, or an additional B1,200 for wine pairing) with a main of lamb with black mustard, roasted onion cream and pak choi, or the six-course dinner (B4,900, or an additional B1,600 for booze) featuring dishes like scallop with pork belly, parsley and spinach. Reservations are required.
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New café Feast (1023/49 Ekkamai Soi 22, 02-713-3261) is proving a draw for the young and chic. Connected to the Kem Issara Studio, the café sits amid a beautiful garden where you can sip an espresso (B65) or affogato (B130) along with some pancakes with ice cream (B145). Lunchtime offers specials of the day such as khao gaeng kiew wan (rice topped with green curry and fishballs, B115).
This month marks the launch of new set menus and signature dishes from six popular restaurants—and it’s all for a good cause as 10% of all proceeds from each will go towards helping underprivileged children.
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